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1982 Cat (Cat)

It’s no secret that Brian Eno is a cat person. Here’s a photo of him and his cat from 1982.

Eric (Cat)

Brian Eno also appeared in a 70s Purina Cat Food Ad with his cat Eric.

Brian Eno

Brian Eno Pets


May 15, 1948 (76)

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Brian Peter George St John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno, known as Brian Eno, is an English musician, composer, record producer, and visual artist, noted for his pioneering contributions to ambient music and his work across various genres. Eno co-founded the rock band Roxy Music in 1971, leaving in 1973 to focus on solo projects and collaborations. He has been instrumental in the development of ambient music, particularly through albums such as “Ambient 1: Music for Airports” (1978). As a producer, Eno has worked with notable bands including Talking Heads, U2, and Coldplay.

Throughout his career, Eno has released numerous solo albums that explore ambient and electronic music, starting with “Here Come the Warm Jets” (1974) and including influential works like “Another Green World” (1975) and “Discreet Music” (1975). His production credits encompass landmark albums such as Talking Heads’ “Remain in Light” (1980), U2’s “The Joshua Tree” (1987) and “Achtung Baby” (1991), and Coldplay’s “Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends” (2008).

Eno’s collaborations have significantly shaped his career and the landscape of contemporary music. He has worked with David Bowie on the Berlin Trilogy albums (“Low” (1977), “Heroes” (1977), and “Lodger” (1979)). Collaborations with Robert Fripp produced pioneering ambient works like “No Pussyfooting” (1973) and “Evening Star” (1975). Eno has also collaborated with John Cale on “Wrong Way Up” (1990), with David Byrne on “My Life in the Bush of Ghosts” (1981), with Harold Budd on ambient albums such as “Ambient 2: The Plateaux of Mirror” (1980), and with Daniel Lanois on several projects, including production work for U2.